Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Thurston Moore - Black Weeds, White Death


Well I thought it was about time the site had a new look. Sweep out the cobwebs and all that. I'm still not convinced about the swirly things but I'm sure they'll grow on me. The thing is I can't seem to get the links list to be in the right hand sidebar. Everytime I enter a link it appears at the bottom of the page which is rather crap, so if any of you know how I can get the links onto the right hand side HELP. I'm just useless at that kind of thing.

Ok, this is a bit of an item. There are only 200 apparently and they all come on a cassette, which I have to say is probably the best packaged tape I've ever owned. You can't see it from there but it's beautiful...honest. Someone was telling me that this is not the first cassette thingy that Thurston Moore has done and if there are more out there then I woud love to hear them. There's just something about waves of random guitar noise that gets me going. I rather wish he would do this sort of thing (a) live and (b) somewhere near York. It would sound fantastic coming out of a big PA.

1. Black Weeds
2. White Death

3 comments:

  1. Anonymous6:21 pm

    Strange that you claim to own this tape - then use exactly the same files and jpeg that appear on a certain pink torrent site.

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  2. Indeed true and very well spotted.

    This rip claims to be from the original master and would therfore be much better quality than a rip from my cassette.

    Simple as that really.

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  3. Anonymous8:57 am

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